The May gray made its return for many parts of the Central Coast Sunday, helping cool off some areas like Paso Robles.
A weak cold front will sweep across the area Sunday night into Monday, bringing light rainfall into the area.
Rainfall totals appear to be .10" or less for most areas.
Here's a look at the expected rain totals for #SoCal tonight-Tue.— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) May 17, 2020
Most areas 0.25" or less, but local amounts up to around 0.75" in upslope areas.
A nice light late-season rainfall. #CAWX #larain pic.twitter.com/KRQzt8Zzte
A cool air mass will remain over the area, allowing showers to possibly linger into Monday night and Tuesday morning.
Temperatures will be cooler with temperatures generally in the 60's to lower 70's.
Some gusty SW winds are anticipated but staying under advisory levels until Tuesday.
The second half of the week is anticipated to be drier and warmer.
Have a great week!